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Today's guest, Florian Body is a certified transformational Life and Leadership coach. His broad international background includes fashion photography, film, archive, software, engineering, marketing, academia, and 30 plus years of Zen practice.
Originally from Vienna, Austria, Florian has lived and worked in Silicon Valley for more than 20 years, where he's co founded five startups. Florian has given multiple TED and TEDx talks, and has taught Multimedia studies and Digital Business Management at Universities in Europe in the US, since 1988.
In today's episode, Florian unpacks the topic "Are You Ready to Ask: What's Next for Me?"
Check out these episode highlights:
02:08– Florian’s ideal client: “My clients are executives and professionals, ready to take the next step. And those are almost always people who are already successful in their field, on an outside perspective…”
04:54 – His client's biggest challenge: “Their biggest challenge is, they try to be somebody else. They're stuck, where they're stuck. They're stuck because they're not fully present....”
06:28 – Florian’s #1 insight to help you: "Right now, it may sound silly, but don't forget to breathe. Let the air go out. And then cherish this one moment of emptiness..."
09:21 – What concept, book, program, or talk impacted you the most: "There are two books for me and one is, this novel by the American author Paul Bowles, 'Sheltering Sky'. And the other one is 'The Out of Memory', which is a theoretical non-fiction book by a researcher called Francis Yates..."
10:18 – Florian’s valuable free resource: "The free resource that I can offer, I can be of service. And on my website, I have brody.org/next, I'm offering a free coaching session, to everybody who listens to our podcast.."
13:00 – Florian’s last thoughts: "I have always cared for people. I worked many fields over the years, and then coming to America, seeing a different culture, really gave me the breadth and the depth to work with people who are ready to take the next step...."